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12/04/2012

Video: Frank Bruni & MSNBC panel talk Clintons, 'JET', equality (i.e. the inevitable future)

by Jeremy Hooper

A New York Times columnist and a decidedly forward-leaning panel chat about equality:

It seriously feels like we're all stuck in mud. We all know we'll get out and that our inevitably-claimed ground will come to look like the islands of awesome that already dot our kingdom. But in the meantime, the march forward is still a slower and much dirtier slog than need be.

If not mud, then perhaps molasses. Why not? It's been a pretty sweet year.

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